"Success doesn't change you, fame does."
The Japanese photographer captured the in-between moments of a magical decade.
The greatest 'Planet Earth' scene of our generation just got even better.
‘Angels in Chains’ will be Geri Horner’s first new music in 12 years.
As we premiere the track 'Watching You' off her upcoming album 'New Black Swing,' Catherine Harris-White tells i-D about getting in her queer black girl feelings.
Plus, as she celebrates her 20th birthday, the i-D Class of 2016 alumni reflects on her real life teen fantasies.
Set to be 20 stories tall, the space will honor the groundbreaking genre’s history and most iconic acts.
It turns out it wasn't about suicide.
The musical maverick behind 'Freetown Sound' has linked up with NYC's Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, & Transgender Community Center for a free Pride Month workshop series.
Ahead of his sold out London show at Heaven, i-D caught up with Mike Hadreas to talk about new album 'No Shape,' calling on spirits and running away from ‘evil Trump babies’.
Baby Girl and Queen Bey collide on a seamless mashup by 19-year-old producer Amorphous.
‘Kids were very sure about how they felt about me and how they felt about Islam.’
The rapper is holding auditions in Atlanta this week.
Someone snapped a pic of his office pass, which read 'Chancelor Bennett.'
Releasing a beautiful, physical artifact capturing the intimate time he and The xx spent together on a trip to Texan art oasis Marfa, Alasdair McLellan chats to i-D about the importance of creating projects that exist outside the internet.
With his second Bleachers record, 'Gone Now,'out now, we met up for some quickfire fun.
Last night, Ariana Grande hosted the 'One Love Manchester' concert. It was emotional and heartwarming and I cried a little bit. Okay, I cried a lot.